Thursday, August 22, 2019
A TAU researchers says that the key to understanding why more boys are diagnosed with autism may all be in the genes.
Prof. Micah Leshem of the Department of Psychology at the University of Haifa said conventional wisdom suggests eating salty foods makes you thirsty.
Technion Israel Institute of Technology has been awarded a grant for a tuberculosis detection breakthrough as part of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.
Israeli company Equashield has designed a syringe that is helping to keep American hospital workers safe by reducing contamination.
To help those with vision problems, Israeli company OrCam has invented a device that helps the visually-impaired compensate during everyday activities.
Israeli scientists have developed a novel, non-invasive method to treat brain disorders, psychiatric conditions and addition.
A Memorandum of Understanding brings together Israeli and US researchers to join forces in the fight against neurological illnesses like Alzheimer’s.
Standard laboratory tests require hours or even days to determine if an illness is caused by bacterial, fungal or viral origins.
A delegation from Thomas Jefferson University visited the Hebrew University of Jerusalem’s Faculty of Medicine in Jerusalem.
Canada's Jewish General Hospital says it plans to disregard a new bill banning religious symbols from public sites.


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